I have just began to dabble in the world of C# and am using the Microsoft Step By Step C# 2010 book to assist my learning!
I have just finished the chapter on console applications, all it taught me was the details of Visual Studio which were good to know; and how to write a very basic Console.WriteLine("Hello World"); console application, (honestly these Hello World examples are going to kill me).
My question is, I understand that WPF applications are far more modern than console applications, but i cant help but feel that Console Applications could serve a purpose if you need to run a basic programme or whatever. So it's great, i know how to write a very basic console application that executes a line of code when you run it, but like i say i cant help but feel there could be a bit more of the basics to learn with console applications before I move on to WPF applications, some a little more advanced that i can do with console apps that is worth knowing at this stage of my development.. It could be that i'm jumping the gun and once i learn WPF Apps it'll tie in, i don't know, but is there any beginners tips or things you suggest worth learning that isn't going to confuse the living day lights out of me (Baring in mind i am a complete novice with C#).